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Fat cats and pudgy pups: ONE IN THREE American pets are now overweight as obesity levels rise

The internet may delight in pictures of fat cats and pudgy puppies, but veterinarians aren't so tickled by the fact that one in three American pets is now obese, according to a new study.  Banfield Pet Hospital recently released its 2017 State of Pet Hea

yesterday, 18:04 in Science &Technology

Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata cuts honeymoon short to 'speed up his transfer to Manchester United'

Alvaro Morata has cut short his honeymoon in Ibiza as he attempts to seal a move to Manchester United, according to Spanish newspaper AS. AS report that the Real Madrid striker has spoken several times on the phone with United boss Jose Mourinho and is k

yesterday, 17:59 in Sport

The purple GM 'super rice' that could reduce your risk of cancer: Scientists use a new genetic engineering...

A new genetic engineering technique is being used to create a strain of 'super rice' that could decrease your risk of cancer. The technique produces rice which has high levels of antioxidant-boosting pigments called anthocyanins. Experts believe the rice

yesterday, 17:38 in Science &Technology

iPhone 8 'dummy model' leak shows Apple's latest smartphone could come with a edge-to-edge screen and a...

New pictures revealing what Apple's next iPhone could look like have been posted to Twitter by a usually trusted source. Famed leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer, who uses the handle @onleaks, posted images of what appears to be a dummy unit of the latest iPhone

yesterday, 17:38 in Science &Technology

Our love of decaffeinated coffee has damaged the ozone layer and delayed its repair by up to 30 years

Our love of decaff tea and coffee may have damaged the ozone layer, new research suggests. A new study found that dichloromethane, a solvent used to decaffeinate drinks in the 1970s, has delayed the recovery of the Antarctic ozone by up to 30 years. Scie

yesterday, 17:38 in Science &Technology

Facebook is deleting 66,000 hate posts a WEEK as it tries to stop offensive content

Facebook has recently been flooded with disturbing videos and other hate filled content, but the firm has revealed it is making great strides to combat these offensive ideas. The social media giant has staffed 4,500 human workers with the task of reviewi

yesterday, 17:38 in Science &Technology

Jeff Bezos plans Alabama rocket engine factory to take on Elon Musk's SpaceX in battle of the billionaires

A private spaceflight company owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos plans to build a powerful new rocket engine in Alabama for space flight, the company and state officials announced Monday. Blue Origin President Robert Meyerson said his company is seeking

yesterday, 17:38 in Science &Technology

So do YOU have a long-lost black sheep in your family? Historians ask for help identifying early 20th...

From racecourse pickpockets, murderers and two men believed to be the first people to try to steal an aeroplane, these mugshots reveal a stunning insight into criminals of the early 20th century. Now, members of the public have been asked to help with in

yesterday, 17:38 in Science &Technology

Alexis Sanchez trains in long tracksuit bottoms despite the Russian sunshine as Chile prepare for...

Alexis Sanchez has possibly the most famous thighs in football - the sight of the Arsenal and Chile forward rolling up his shorts to show them off is a familiar sight. However thigh fans were left disappointed on Tuesday when Sanchez trained with the res

yesterday, 17:38 in Sport

Dan Evans dumped by sponsor Ellesse in wake of failed drug test for cocaine

Dan Evans has been dumped by his sponsors Ellesse with the British No 3 continuing to pay the price after failing a drug test for cocaine. The Italian sportswear company have said they 'cannot condone the lifestyle choices' made by 27-year-old Evans, who

yesterday, 17:38 in Sport

FIFA publish controversial internal report into 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process after it was...

FIFA has taken the dramatic step of publishing a controversial internal report into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process after it was leaked to a German newspaper this week. Produced by FIFA's chief ethics investigator Michael Garcia in 2014, the

yesterday, 17:33 in Sport

Tammy Abraham's decision to choose Swansea over Newcastle is blasted by Micky Quinn: 'Any excuse would be...

Micky Quinn has criticised Tammy Abraham's decision to turn down Newcastle in favour of a move to Swansea, describing his choice as 'weak'. Sportsmail revealed last week that the Chelsea striker will spend next season on loan at the Liberty Stadium after

yesterday, 17:23 in Sport

Google creates a neural network that can carry out EIGHT different tasks at once in a step towards making...

Deep-learning systems, which use artificial networks modelled on the human brain, tend to only able to do one task at a time. But now, for the first time, Google has created a system that can do eight tasks at once, including image and speech recognition

yesterday, 17:13 in Science &Technology

Never go to sleep on an argument: Married couples who do not resolve spats have an increased risk of...

Couples who don't resolve their spats before going to bed suffer poor sleep and increase their risk of life-threatening illnesses, a study claims. Researchers at Ohio University said going to bed angry can elevate the chances of developing heart disease,

yesterday, 17:02 in Health

The deadly threat facing night shift workers: Scientists reveal the harmful impact late hours have on the body

Working night shifts thwarts the body's self repair system - raising the risk of life-threatening diseases, according to new research. A study found staff doing unsociable hours get rid of five times less disease-causing chemicals in their urine. This me

yesterday, 17:02 in Health

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